The Diamond/Harbour/Bell Group
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  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $25m to $100m (CAD)
  • Industry
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Test in Test
on 7 March 2019
Test Test Test
This is an excellent training ground for apprentices as International has an exceptional in house training program. The International warranty program is top notch, thus demanding the best out of each technician. This job demands a high level of production & technical knowledge from each mechanic
Heavy Duty Parts Technician in Lloydminster, AB
on 7 October 2020
Fun and AMAZING Christmas Party
I was a formal Parts Technician at the LLOYDMINSTER branch and my Parts Manager was amazing/awesome. Best Boss ever. I regret leaving there and would definitely love to get a second chance if I could to go back there.
Heavy Equipment Technician in Edmonton, AB
on 21 March 2020
very pleasant coworkers but very poor ownership/management
as large of a company as this one is, i enjoyed my day to day workday with my direct coworkers and leads. I was introduced to the union and was able to learn a great deal. With this company i was able to expand on what i know and was even granted the ability to complete my education through my own support. The issues began to arise about 6 months into my employment, and the true lack of leadership showed through the fears of big changes and empty promises. the negative impacts were felt up until my last day of work. it is understandable, that during this time, many companies and businesses are going through an unprecedented time, but i felt that as an employee, the general quality of my well being of myself and my safety was not prioritized even before the fact that the day to day work was beginning to slow down. i understand this time is difficult for employers to keep workers busy, however, i don't believe that termination of workers should be one of the first procedure in place to resolve an issue that may have many other resolutions that benefit both employee and employer.
Admin Clerk in Edmonton, AB
on 11 March 2020
Poorly run admin department
Management does not care about their office staff. We were told that we do nothing but cost the company money. Despite asking for more work repeatedly they refused to help their staff improve. They pay well but it is a toxic environment. The management are related to the owner and don't care about anyone but themselves and the bottom line. They used sneaky tactics to lay off the admin staff so they can hire new people and pay less
General Labourer in Goulais River, ON
on 12 February 2020
C'est trop cool
C'est très bien, car vous avez ouvert des ateliers, et le pourcentage de chômage ou votre ouverture sur le monde vous ont réduit d'idées et contribué au développement des entreprises. Merci beaucoup.🙂🙂🙂
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